A simple CLI toolbox to use the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)
ena-utils is a small python package that provides a CLI to submit nucleotides sequences to the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA).
The goals of this package are:
To facilitate the submission of large numbers of objects
To ease the exploitation of the ENA metadata schema to its full potential (see the Future developments section below)
This is an early development version that provides only minimal features.
Supported submission types
Non-multiplexed paired-end sequencing reads
The latest release is available on PyPI and can be installed using pip:
$ pip install ena-utils
Isolated environments using pipx
Install and execute ena-utils in an isolated environment using pipx.
Install pipx and make sure that the $PATH is correctly configured.
$ python3 -m pip install --user pipx $ pipx ensurepath
Once pipx is installed use following command to install ena-utils.
$ pipx install ena-utils $ which ena-utils ~/.local/bin/ena-utils
The latest documentation is available at https://readthedocs.org.
Auto-generation of the CLI and objects lists templates from the ENA schema XSD files.
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